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Let England Shake


PJ Harvey's new album was recorded in a 19th Century church in Dorset, on a cliff-top overlooking the sea. It was created with a cast of musicians including such long-standing allies as Flood, John Parish, and Mick Harvey. It is the eighth PJ Harvey album, following 2007's acclaimed White Chalk, and the Harvey/Parish collaboration A Woman A Man Walked By. But what is remarkable about Let England Shake is bound up with its music, its abiding atmosphere - and in particular, its words. If Harvey's past work might seem to draw on direct emotional experience, this new album is rather different. Put simply, not many people make records like this.


ARTIST SITE   |   RELEASED: February 15, 2011   on Vagrant


   

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TRACK LISTING


1. Let England Shake
2. The Last Living Rose
3. The Glorious Land
4. The Words That Maketh Murder
5. All And Everyone
6. On Battleship Hill
7. England
8. In The Dark Places
9. Bitter Branches
10. Hanging In The Wire
11. Written On The Forehead
12. The Colour Of The Earth